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A discussion on artificial intelligence from the 16th annual Annapolis Book Festival that featured Amir Husain, "The Sentient Machine" and Paul Scharre, "Army of None: Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War." Sponsor: Annapolis Book Festival
Topics: china, hawaii, afghanistan, pentagon, russia
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FCC commissioners, including chair Ajit Pai (R), appeared at a Senate oversight hearing to discuss a range of policy issues. Among them were the agency's efforts to address unwanted robocalls. Other topics included a telehealth pilot program that connects patients and caregivers online, expanding broadband services to rural communities, the FCC's repeal of net neutrality rules, and investments in the next-generation of mobile networks called 5G. This hearing of the Senate Commerce, Science and...
Topics: the f.c.c., fcc, rosenworcel, nelson, carr, washington, china, pai, alaska, kansas, o'reilly,...
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Aretha Franklin sang "My Country Tis of Thee" at the 2009 Presidential Inauguratino of Barack Obama.
Topics: mexico, canada
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Rep. Michael Capuano (D-MA) and Boston City Council member Ayanna Pressley (D) faced each other in a primary debate in Massachusetts' 7th congressional district, ahead of a September 4th primary. They discussed health care, criminal justice, President Trump, race and the role of social justice movements. The debate was produced by WGBH in Boston. Sponsor: WGBH-TV
Topics: mr. braude, capuano, boston, donald trump, ms. pressley, aca, warren, michael capauno, new york,...
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White House National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow spoke to reporters briefly outside at the White House on trade policy, upcoming talks with China, and the economy. He was also asked to respond to the president's decision to revoke former CIA director John Brennan's security clearance and said he was "comfortable with the president's national security decision." Sponsor: White House | News Media Stakeout
Topics: china, europe, michael capauno, ayanna pressley, boston, turkey
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University of Washington history and humanities professor Michael Honey recounted Martin Luther King, Jr.'s fight for economic equality. Sponsor: Atlanta History Center
Topics: memphis, georgia, dr. king, mississippi, atlanta, fbi, detroit, birmingham, frazier, washington,...
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Frank Cissna heads U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services at the Homeland Security Department. He talked about some of the challenges his agency faces including the processing of credible asylum claims, and the lack of access to state criminal data bases. He also discussed proposals involving the granting of permanent status to immigrants who graduate from American universities and the elimination of per-country caps for employment-based visas. He was interviewed at a forum hosted by the...
Topics: ms. vaughan, dir, cissna, uscis, india, naturalization, uscis, janice, washington, francis cissna
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Rep. Michael Capuano (D-MA) and Boston City Council member Ayanna Pressley (D) faced each other in a primary debate in Massachusetts' 7th congressional district, ahead of a September 4th primary. They discussed health care, criminal justice, President Trump, race and the role of social justice movements. The debate was produced by WBGH in Boston. Sponsor: WGBH-TV
Topics: mr. braude, capuano, ms. pressley, boston, donald trump, aca, sanders, warren, markey, new york,...
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University of Washington history and humanities professor Michael Honey recounted Martin Luther King, Jr.'s fight for economic equality. Sponsor: Atlanta History Center
Topics: memphis, georgia, dr. king, fbi, atlanta, martin luther king, detroit, washington, mississippi,...
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The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) hosted a discussion with journalists, educators and others on reporting in hostile political climates. Scenarios discussed ranged from reporting from countries in conflict to political rallies in which members of the media were heckled and jeered. Panelists shared stories of their experiences in these situations and gave advice for how best to prepare and educate journalism students and young reporters for what they...
Topics: nicaragua, kentucky, honduras, alabama, phoenix, bloomberg, new york, turkey, ortega, pop, foley,...
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Iraq's Ambassador to the U.S. and the Kurdistan Regional Government's Representative to the U.S. joined a discussion on the aftermath of the 2014 ISIS attacks against religious and ethnic minorities. Following their remarks, a panel of experts talked about the current security conditions and their concerns over another resurgence of ISIS or another group once the U.S. pulls out completely. The Hudson Institute hosted the event. Sponsor: Hudson Institute
Topics: isis, iraq, mosul, nineveh, u.n., yazidis, washington, syria, baghdad, sinjar, kent, iran,...
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Maggie Haberman, a New York Times White House correspondent and CNN political analyst, spoke about covering the Trump White House. Among the areas she talked about were the mechanics of the daily press briefings and how information is disseminated by the White House to the press. She also discussed the president's use of Twitter and how she views the influence of social media in today's news coverage. She gave her remarks at a symposium hosted by Ohio State University at Marion. Sponsor: Ohio...
Topics: donald trump, sarah sanders, mr. trump, new york, clinton, new york city, europe, trump, sean...
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The Heritage Foundation examined some of Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh's rulings through the years. A panel of experts including two former law clerks to Judge Kavanaugh participated in the discussion. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation
Topics: kavanaugh, chevron, chevron deference, washington, roberts, emily, brett kavanaugh, obama...
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Maggie Haberman, a New York Times White House correspondent and CNN political analyst, spoke about covering the Trump White House. Among the areas she talked about were the mechanics of the daily press briefings and how information is disseminated by the White House to the press. She also discussed the president's use of Twitter and how she views the influence of social media in today's news coverage. She gave her remarks at a symposium hosted by Ohio State University at Marion. Sponsor: Ohio...
Topics: donald trump, new york, sarah sanders, mr. trump, trump, sean spicer, unquote, europe, clinton,...
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A gathering of conservatives met in Austin, Texas for what they called the Resurgent Gathering. Speakers included Texas Governor Greg Abbott, a member of the Congressional Freedom Caucus, plus a senior executive from Google who discussed the perceived conservative bias in social media. Conservative blogger and radio host Erick Erickson organized the conference. Sponsor: The Resurgent
Topics: texas, california, google, texas, washington, georgia, china, new york, google, peru, dallas,...
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Mother Jones reporter and author Ari Berman discussed the history and future of voting rights in a speech at the Brooklyn Historical Society. He predicted how the Supreme Court would change with the addition of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, and the prospects for 2018 voter registration ballot initiatives around the country. Sponsor: Brooklyn Historical Society
Topics: new york, florida, john roberts, north carolina, wisconsin, illinois, selma, texas, alabama,...
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Mother Jones reporter and author Ari Berman discussed the history and future of voting rights in a speech at the Brooklyn Historical Society. He predicted how the Supreme Court would change with the addition of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, and the prospects for 2018 voter registration ballot initiatives around the country. Sponsor: Brooklyn Historical Society
Topics: florida, new york, wisconsin, john roberts, north carolina, illinois, alaska, donald trump,...
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Mother Jones reporter and author Ari Berman discussed the history and future of voting rights in a speech at the Brooklyn Historical Society. He predicted how the Supreme Court would change with the addition of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, and the prospects for 2018 voter registration ballot initiatives around the country. Sponsor: Brooklyn Historical Society
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Former diplomats and political analysts at the Hudson Institute discussed recent civil unrest and protests in Nicaragua under President Daniel Ortega's leadership. They were joined by a Nicaraguan youth activist who shared his insight from the ground. Following their remarks, panelists took questions from the audience on the U.S. and United Nations' roles in Nicaragua, and what efforts would be needed for the Nicaraguan political opposition to have influence against President Ortega's...
Topics: nicaragua, ortega, venezuela, costa rica, latin america, russia, un, daniel ortega, el salvador,...
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Nextgov, a federal technology and cybersecurity website, hosted a forum with intelligence officials and security experts on insider threats in the government and the private sector. Topics of discussion included the privacy and security implications of insider threats, training employees to identify malicious activity and the key components for constructing an insider threat program. Notable speakers included National Counterintelligence & Security Center Director William Evanina, National...
Topics: charlie, equifax, china, snowden, fbi, lockheed martin, wayne, kimberly o'grady, cio, mr. william...
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The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) hosted a discussion with journalists, educators and others on reporting in hostile political climates. Scenarios discussed ranged from reporting from countries in conflict to political rallies in which members of the media were heckled and jeered. Panelists shared stories of their experiences in these situations and gave advice for how best to prepare and educate journalism students and young reporters for what they...
Topics: nicaragua, honduras, kentucky, alabama, new york, chicago, haiti, ortega, syria, jim acosta,...
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The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) hosted a discussion with journalists, educators and others on reporting in hostile political climates. Scenarios discussed ranged from reporting from countries in conflict to political rallies in which members of the media were heckled and jeered. Panelists shared stories of their experiences in these situations and gave advice for how best to prepare and educate journalism students and young reporters for what they...
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Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer discussed his new book about his time at the White House and President Trump's relationship with the media. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
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Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer discussed his new book about his time at the White House and President Trump's relationship with the media. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
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The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) hosted a discussion with journalists, educators and others on reporting in hostile political climates. Scenarios discussed ranged from reporting from countries in conflict to political rallies in which members of the media were heckled and jeered. Panelists shared stories of their experiences in these situations and gave advice for how best to prepare and educate journalism students and young reporters for what they...
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ProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson discussed her story, "The Making of a Massacre," about an attack on a small Mexican town by the Zetas drug cartel. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Q&A
Topics: ms. thompson, mexico, houston, new york, phoenix, baltimore, texas, mexico city, alaska,...
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Topics: donald trump, chicago, washington, new york, sean spicer, c-span, mr. spicer, pennsylvania,...
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ProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson discussed her story, "The Making of a Massacre," about an attack on a small Mexican town by the Zetas drug cartel. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Q&A
Topics: mexico, ginger thompson, new york, washington, texas, brian lamb, houston, phoenix, mexico city,...
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Americans were eyewitnesses to war in Vietnam, astronauts orbiting the moon, chaos on their city streets, and assassinations. Television and news magazines captured America at its most volatile, vulnerable and vibrant while shaping the stories they covered. Early in 1968, CBS newsman Walter Cronkite delivered his on-air assessment that "the bloody experience of Vietnam is to end in a stalemate." To discuss the media's role in 1968, we were joined by veteran CBS journalist Marvin Kalb...
Topics: vietnam, california, lyndon johnson, walter cronkite, robert kennedy, chicago, johnson, oregon, new...
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ProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson discussed her story, "The Making of a Massacre," about an attack on a small Mexican town by the Zetas drug cartel. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Q&A
Topics: mexico, washington, houston, d.c., arizona, cancun, pennsylvania, phoenix, mexico city, el paso
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Jim Wright represented Texas' Twelfth District for thirty-four years, rising to the Speakership in 1987 and eventually resigning because of an ethics investigation. Mary Saffell, Senior Archivist at Texas Christian University's Special Collections, shared items in his collection that provide insight into his relationship with his home district and his colleagues in the U.S. House of Representatives. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Local Content Vehicle
Topics: texas, wright, john f. kennedy, newt gingrich, tcu, kennedy, jim wright, weatherford, dallas,...
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Americans were eyewitnesses to war in Vietnam, astronauts orbiting the moon, chaos on their city streets, and assassinations. Television and news magazines captured America at its most volatile, vulnerable and vibrant while shaping the stories they covered. Early in 1968, CBS newsman Walter Cronkite delivered his on-air assessment that "the bloody experience of Vietnam is to end in a stalemate." To discuss the media's role in 1968, we were joined by veteran CBS journalist Marvin Kalb...
Topics: vietnam, california, walter cronkite, lyndon johnson, robert kennedy, oregon, chicago, marvin kalb,...
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ProPublica senior reporter Ginger Thompson discussed her story, "The Making of a Massacre," about an attack on a small Mexican town by the Zetas drug cartel. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Q&A
Topics: mexico, ginger thompson, washington, new york, texas, houston, brian lamb, thompson, baltimore,...
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Former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff discussed safeguarding national security and information privacy in the digital age. He 's joined in conversation by former Democratic Representative Ellen Tauscher of California Sponsor: Commonwealth Club of California
Topics: michael chertoff, chertoff, california, europe, russia
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Jim Wright represented Texas' Twelfth District for thirty-four years, rising to the Speakership in 1987 and eventually resigning because of an ethics investigation. Mary Saffell, Senior Archivist at Texas Christian University's Special Collections, shared items in his collection that provide insight into his relationship with his home district and his colleagues in the U.S. House of Representatives. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Local Content Vehicle
Topics: jim wright, wright, newt gingrich, texas, tcu, john f. kennedy, kennedy, washington, dallas, texas,...
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Maggie Haberman, a New York Times White House correspondent and CNN political analyst, spoke about covering the Trump White House. Among the areas she talked about were the mechanics of the daily press briefings and how information is disseminated by the White House to the press. She also discussed the president's use of Twitter and how she views the influence of social media in today's news coverage. She gave her remarks at a symposium hosted by Ohio State University at Marion. Sponsor: Ohio...
Topics: new york, donald trump, mr. trump, sarah sanders, sean spicer, new york city, clinton, europe,...
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George Mason University professor Rosemarie Zagarri looks at the role of women during America's founding era. She talks about how prior to the Revolution women had either no or very limited political and legal rights. She argues that because Patriot leaders needed a wide base of support for the Revolution, they actively recruited women to participate, giving women experience participating in politics and providing a basis for demanding more rights in the future. The James Madison Memorial...
Topics: britain, new jersey, massachusetts, washington, otis warren, virginia, john adams, england, north...
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Harry S. Truman Presidential Library archivist Tammy Williams talked about Harry and Bess Truman, and their life together from childhood in Independence, Missouri to the White House. She read from their love letters and discussed their 53-year marriage. The Truman library hosted this event. Sponsor: Truman Presidential Museum and Library
Topics: bess, washington, margaret, france, d.c., truman, tammy williams, grandview, kansas city, madge...
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J.D. Dickey provided a history of Union General William Sherman's 1864 "March to the Sea" from Atlanta to Savannah. Sponsor: New York Historical Society
Topics: sherman, new york, john logan, washington, brooklyn, georgia, illinois, kansas, john sherman,...
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Villanova University history professor Judith Giesberg talked about Union soldiers and pornography during the Civil War. Professor Giesberg is author the book "Sex and the Civil War." This talk was part of the annual summer conference hosted by the Gettysburg College Civil War Institute. Note: some viewers may find images in this program offensive. Sponsor: Gettysburg College | Civil War Institute
Topics: comstock, pierce, anthony comstock, tennessee, villanova, vicksburg, britain, france, fanny
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James David Robenalt talked about his book The Harding Affair: Love and Espionage During the Great War (Palgrave Macmillan (September 1, 2009). In his book he recounts the political and personal life of President Warren Harding, focusing on the then U.S. senator's relationship with German sympathizer Carrie Phillips from 1905 to 1917. Mr. Robenalt provides new insight on the former president through previously unpublished love letters and journal entries. The correspondence consisted of eight...
Topics: warren harding, carrie phillips, carrie, wilson, new york, warren, woodrow wilson, germany, europe,...
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Women protesting the 1968 Miss America pageant challenged not only the beauty contest but long-held assumptions about American womanhood when they hung a bed sheet inside the Atlantic City convention hall declaring "Women's Liberation." Women's rights became part of the national conversation, transforming households and workplaces across the country and society itself. Our guests were Debora Spar, former Barnard College president and author of "Wonder Women: Sex, Power, and the...
Topics: mona charen, debora spar, betty friedan, new york, debora spar, mona, helen, california,...
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Former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff discussed safeguarding national security and information privacy in the digital age. He 's joined in conversation by former Democratic Representative Ellen Tauscher of California Sponsor: Commonwealth Club of California
Topics: california, michael chertoff, chertoff, europe, janet napolitano, adams, ellen tauscher
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This 1971 discussion with five women is on the topic of "Women, Law and Politics." The panel included Rep. Martha Griffiths (D-Michigan), a political science professor, a recent law school graduate, and a history professor, and is moderated by a philosophy professor. This was one in a series of ten University of Michigan Television Center programs on the topic of women's rights titled, "Girls and Women." Sponsor: University of Michigan
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Women protesting the 1968 Miss America pageant challenged not only the beauty contest but long-held assumptions about American womanhood when they hung a bed sheet inside the Atlantic City convention hall declaring "Women's Liberation." Women's rights became part of the national conversation, transforming households and workplaces across the country and society itself. Our guests were Debora Spar, former Barnard College president and author of "Wonder Women: Sex, Power, and the...
Topics: mona charen, debora spar, new york, betty friedan, mona, debora spar, new jersey, ohio, alaska,...
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Medal of Honor recipient Bennie Adkins was interviewed by the co-author of his book "A Tiger among Us: A Story of Valor in Vietnam's A Shau Valley" Sergeant Adkins described how he and sixteen of his fellow Green Berets were attacked by a large force of North Vietnamese and Vietcong troops from March 9 to March 12, 1966, and he also told the story of a tiger that saved his life during the battle. On September 15, 2014, President Barack Obama awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor to...
Topics: katie lamar jackson, bennie adkins, vietnam, pentagon, adkins, oklahoma
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J.D. Dickey provided a history of Union General William Sherman's 1864 "March to the Sea" from Atlanta to Savannah. Sponsor: New York Historical Society
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Diana Preston talked about her book, "Before The Fallout: From Marie Curie to Hiroshima," published by Walker and Company. On December 26, 1898, Marie Curie announced the discovery of radium and observed that "radioactivity seems to be an atomic property." A mere 47 years later, "Little Boy" exploded over Hiroshima. She told the story of the intervening half century, during which a quest to unravel the secrets of the material world revealed how to destroy it, and...
Topics: britain, rutherford, europe, germany, lawrence, chadwick, oppenheimer, berkeley, england, russia,...
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In a phone interview, Paul Sparrow talked about the release of a silent film collection showing Franklin D. Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt in informal settings with family and close friends. Mr. Sparrow is the director of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library. The films were taken by longtime FDR confidante and secretary Missy LeHand during the 1930s. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV
Topics: eleanor roosevelt, missy lehand, hiroshima, marie curie, missy
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White House reporters shared their experiences covering the presidency from Eisenhower to today. Speakers included John Cochran, former chief Capitol Hill correspondent for ABC News and chief NBC White House correspondent; Christi Parsons, former White House correspondent for Tribune, and Kristen Welker, NBC News White House Correspondent. The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication hosted the event and the discussion was moderated by the organization's president,...
Topics: washington, obama, john, kristen, obama administration, obama, sinatra, smitty, eisenhower, barack...
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Gary Krist recounted the founding of Los Angeles, a city that the author reports grew wildly from 1900 to 1930 despite its less than desirable surroundings, which included an arid climate that was abutted by deserts and mountains. Sponsor: Barnes and Noble Booksellers
Topics: los angeles, griffith, chicago, hollywood, new orleans, mcpherson, southern california, california,...
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Harry S. Truman Presidential Library archivist Tammy Williams talked about Harry and Bess Truman, and their life together from childhood in Independence, Missouri to the White House. She read from their love letters and discussed their 53-year marriage. The Truman library hosted this event. Sponsor: Truman Presidential Museum and Library
Topics: bess, margaret, washington, france, d.c., truman, kansas city, tammy williams, tammy, hades,...
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This was a discussion about the complicated and controversial building of a memorial to President James Garfield on the U.S. Capitol grounds. We heard from Matthew Gilmore who edits a Washington, D.C. history blog. Mr. Garfield was shot in July 1881 by a disgruntled office seeker and died from his wounds the following September. The United States Capitol Historical Society hosted this event. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol Historical Society
Topics: washington, garfield, garfield, d.c., baltimore, cleveland, cumberland, theodore roosevelt, abram,...
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Our 2018 Fiction Edition of In Depth continues with author Cory Doctorow. Mr. Doctorow's books include "Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom," "Little Brother," and, most recently, "Walkaway." Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: san francisco, china, nsa, hyperreality, fbi, marcus, snowden, google, youtube, texas, canada,...
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Journalist and author Will Englund discussed his book "March 1917: On the Brink of War and Revolution." Mr. Englund details the turmoil and opposition to World War I in Russia that forced Czar Nicholas II to abdicate his throne that month, and the pressure facing President Woodrow Wilson to enter the Great War after he campaigned for reelection on the slogan: "he kept us out of war." Will Englund also talked about the continuing legacy of these events in the twenty-first...
Topics: russia, petrograd, nato, washington, wilson, donald trump, moscow, europe, soviet union, woodrow...
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U.S. Global AIDS Policy Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx, Johns Hopkins University Public Health Professor Dr. Chris Beyrer and other global health experts discussed efforts to combat HIV and AIDS both in the U.S. and abroad. Speakers discussed the notable outcomes from the 2018 International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, new drug treatments, funding challenges and infection rates in Africa. They also talked about congressional efforts to reauthorize PEPFAR, the program established during the...
Topics: san francisco, amsterdam, russia, steve, kenya, south africa, china, nigeria, oakland, ukraine,...
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Ohio State University professor Thomas Wood discussed the "QAnon" conspiracy theory and what drives some supporters of President Trump to believe in it. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: donald trump, florida, washington, philadelphia, numerology, fbi, kirk, pennsylvania, state...
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Nextgov, a federal technology and cybersecurity website, hosted a forum with intelligence officials and security experts on insider threats in the government and the private sector. Topics of discussion included the privacy and security implications of insider threats, training employees to identify malicious activity and the key components for constructing an insider threat program. Notable speakers included National Counterintelligence & Security Center Director William Evanina, National...
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On "Lectures in History," Princeton University professor Julian Zelizer taught a class on the growth of conservative influence over U.S. foreign policy in the 1970s. Following the Vietnam War, American presidents from Richard Nixon to Jimmy Carter favored an easing of relations, called "detente," with the Soviet Union and communist China. The rising conservative movement, professor Zelizer explained, pushed for a more hawkish approach to communism, and ultimately found a...
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Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women President Michelle Easton talked about the life and career of congresswoman, ambassador and author Clare Boothe Luce at an event co-hosted by the Heritage Foundation. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation
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Nigel Travis, CEO and chairman of Dunkin Brands, offered his thoughts on how companies can stay relevant by asking their workers to challenge the status quo. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV,BookExpo America
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Perceived liberal excesses and disenchantment with the size of government gave rise to the political right, the resurgence of Richard Nixon, and a Republican presidential victory in 1968. Ronald Reagan made his debut as a presidential candidate, foreshadowing the conservative revolution to come. Our guests are Robert Merry, editor of The American Conservative and author of "Where They Stand: The American Presidents in the Eyes of Voters and Historians," and Matthew Dallek, a George...
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Former CEO of Carl's Jr., Andy Puzder, discussed his book, "The Capitalist Comeback." Sponsor: FreedomFest
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On "Lectures in History," Princeton University professor Julian Zelizer taught a class on the growth of conservative influence over U.S. foreign policy in the 1970s. Following the Vietnam War, American presidents from Richard Nixon to Jimmy Carter favored an easing of relations, called "detente," with the Soviet Union and communist China. The rising conservative movement, professor Zelizer explained, pushed for a more hawkish approach to communism, and ultimately found a...
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Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women President Michelle Easton talked about the life and career of congresswoman, ambassador and author Clare Boothe Luce at an event co-hosted by the Heritage Foundation. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation
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Perceived liberal excesses and disenchantment with the size of government gave rise to the political right, the resurgence of Richard Nixon, and a Republican presidential victory in 1968. Ronald Reagan made his debut as a presidential candidate, foreshadowing the conservative revolution to come. Our guests are Robert Merry, editor of The American Conservative and author of "Where They Stand: The American Presidents in the Eyes of Voters and Historians," and Matthew Dallek, a George...
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On "Lectures in History," Princeton University professor Julian Zelizer taught a class on the growth of conservative influence over U.S. foreign policy in the 1970s. Following the Vietnam War, American presidents from Richard Nixon to Jimmy Carter favored an easing of relations, called "detente," with the Soviet Union and communist China. The rising conservative movement, professor Zelizer explained, pushed for a more hawkish approach to communism, and ultimately found a...
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Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women President Michelle Easton talked about the life and career of congresswoman, ambassador and author Clare Boothe Luce at an event co-hosted by the Heritage Foundation. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation
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Nextgov, a federal technology and cybersecurity website, hosted a forum with intelligence officials and security experts on insider threats in the government and the private sector. Topics of discussion included the privacy and security implications of insider threats, training employees to identify malicious activity and the key components for constructing an insider threat program. Notable speakers included National Counterintelligence & Security Center Director William Evanina, National...
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Perceived liberal excesses and disenchantment with the size of government gave rise to the political right, the resurgence of Richard Nixon, and a Republican presidential victory in 1968. Ronald Reagan made his debut as a presidential candidate, foreshadowing the conservative revolution to come. Our guests are Robert Merry, editor of The American Conservative and author of "Where They Stand: The American Presidents in the Eyes of Voters and Historians," and Matthew Dallek, a George...
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On "Lectures in History," Princeton University professor Julian Zelizer taught a class on the growth of conservative influence over U.S. foreign policy in the 1970s. Following the Vietnam War, American presidents from Richard Nixon to Jimmy Carter favored an easing of relations, called "detente," with the Soviet Union and communist China. The rising conservative movement, professor Zelizer explained, pushed for a more hawkish approach to communism, and ultimately found a...
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Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women President Michelle Easton talked about the life and career of congresswoman, ambassador and author Clare Boothe Luce at an event co-hosted by the Heritage Foundation. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation
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Perceived liberal excesses and disenchantment with the size of government gave rise to the political right, the resurgence of Richard Nixon, and a Republican presidential victory in 1968. Ronald Reagan made his debut as a presidential candidate, foreshadowing the conservative revolution to come. Our guests are Robert Merry, editor of The American Conservative and author of "Where They Stand: The American Presidents in the Eyes of Voters and Historians," and Matthew Dallek, a George...
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Computer scientist and philosopher Jaron Lanier argued against the use of social media. Sponsor: Pioneer Works
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This is a panel discussion on how the media covered the chaotic 1968 Democratic presidential nominating convention, especially the street rioting and Chicago police response. Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism hosted this event. Sponsor: Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications
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